James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, Bill Paxton and more gathered to reminisce and celebrate the legacy of their lasting sci-fi/horror classic.
With "Aliens" celebrating its 30th anniversary, CBR looks back at some of the more interesting facts about the making of the sci-fi/action classic.
While Neill Blomkamp's sequel remains on hold at Fox, Sigourney Weaver has good news for fans who didn't like the third and fourth "Aliens" films.
Ripley, Bishop, Hicks and Newt, as well as director James Cameron, will be among those in attendance for the special celebration at Comic-Con.
The veteran actor plays the title monster in director Juan Antonio Bayona's adaptation of the acclaimed fantasy novel.
Franchise veteran Michael Biehn reveals the delayed sequel not only brings back Ripley and Corporal Hicks but also Newt from "Aliens."
The actor, who appeared in 1986's "Aliens," makes it official: Dwayne Hicks is back!
Director Neill Blomkamp's sentient robot tale looks beautiful, but the story shows little logic and possesses even less soul.
The filmmaker hints that his hotly anticipated Fox film could ignore "Alien 3" and "Alien: Resurrection."
The director of Chappie and District 9 explains the origins of that Alien concept art, and reveals Fox is ready to move forward whenever he is.
Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley star in the teaser trailer for the new sci-fi action-adventure from the director of District 9.
Director James Cameron announces that Sigourney Weaver will return for the Avatar sequels as a new character.